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Hyenas are organized into matriarchal societies (like elephants). Female hyenas are larger than males. Also, note the 45 degree angle of the right foreleg and how it is placed. This helps when identifying tracks.

I am studying hard for my FGASA Level I exams to be taken in South Africa in July. I am learning a ton and can't wait to get back to the bush. Maybe I will offer guided safaris someday in the near future. Safari anyone?

We depart for South Africa on July 3rd for 7 weeks. A solid 4 weeks will be spent at Swagat at Kruger Park Lodge exploring the southern part of Kruger. We also have 3 nights booked at Satara. Can't wait!

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Hi there....this is Heeten from Swagat at Kruger Park Lodge. I am from South Africa but live in Boston, USA. I still have family in SA and we visit often. We are all self-drive safari junkies and do our best to spread the word to others here in the USA. Many are shocked that you can actually do that in SA without paying a handsome fee to see animals. I am studying for my FGASA Level 1 exam and will take it in July -- wish me well.
Have tons of great photos from Kruger Park to share with you all and will do so soon. Feel to check us out at

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Swagat at Kruger Park Lodge on a starry night. Taken by a recent guest. Thanks Nicole.

Hi....from South Africa but living in Boston. We have invested in a place right next to Kruger Park at the Kruger Park Lodge and love let others know about it. We try to get there as often as we can to enjoy the amazing country. Thanks.

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Recent photos sent to us by a guest who enjoyed Swagat at Kruger Park Lodge.
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I love the Kruger bush and can't get enough of it. We recently bought a place, Swagat at Kruger Park Lode in order to promote more visitors to the Kruger area. It is truly an amazing wildlife experience and a self-drive safari is an affordable, easy and exciting way to experience the South African bush.
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